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  • 2017 Schumacher Indoor Masters Series


    Nicolas Petit

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    The penultimate round of the current Schumacher Indoor Masters Series was held at Worksop this past weekend. 

    A huge entry once again of 144 competitors showed just how popular this event has become.

    Doors opened at the venue at 7AM prompt, some keen racers had already arrived 15 minutes early so had to wait until 7AM for the opening as they were eager to get back on track.

    As always the qualifying format was round by round, with the best 2 results to count towards the final and grid position.

    In 4wd it was Richard Lowe who was the man to beat, taking TQ in all 4 rounds to line up on pole position, ahead of Craig Collinson and James Helliwell.

    In the 2wd class it was Neil Cragg who dominated qualifying taking TQ in all 4 rounds also, this would line him up on pole, ahead of Richard Lowe and Mitchell Fiddling.

     

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    4wd A Final

    1 Richard Lowe
    2 James Helliwell 
    3 Steven Pierce
    4 Craig Collinson 
    5 Danny McGee  
    6 Jack Neal  
    7 Neil Cragg
    8 Edward Callan
    9 Greg Williams  
    10 David Hall 
    11 Mitchell Fiddling 

     

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    2wd A Final

    1 Neil Cragg
    2 Danny McGee  
    3 Richard Lowe 
    4 Mitchell Fiddling 
    5 James Hart  
    6 Eugene Galley  
    7 Greg Williams 
    8 James Helliwell
    9 Craig Collinson 
    10 Mark Fletcher
    11 David Hall 

    The final round of this fantastic series is on Sunday 12th March, very few spaces left so please book in as soon as you can.

    As always the huge traditional Schumacher raffle will be taking place. There will also be the trophy presentation for the top 10 in each class.




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